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Ladbrokes Review - Summary
Is there another brand bigger than Ladbrokes in the sports betting industry? For as long as many of us remember, Ladbrokes have been a staple of the UK high street and today have a network of over 3,500 betting shops dotted around the British Isles. In 2000, the company took their business online and instantly became the UK’s most active betting website, but in this day and age, does their online presence still live up to their mammoth name?
- 16-hour customer support via live chat and Twitter plus FAQs
- Bet £10, Get £30 in free bets welcome offer for new customers
- £5 minimum withdrawal and £5 minimum deposit
- More than 30 sports to bet on plus specials and virtual sports
On Ladbrokes, you’ll be privy to £30 in free bets when you bet £10.
The welcome offer is available to new customers from the UK & Ireland. A Qualifying Bet will be a real money sports bet of at least £/€10 win or £/€10 each-way, at fractional odds totalling 1/2 (decimal odds 1.5) or greater.
The Qualifying Bet must be made within 14 days of your account registration. Your free bet must be used within 4 days of it being credited to your account, otherwise, it will expire.
Deposits and Withdrawals
The minimum single deposit and withdrawal is £5 with debit and credit cards.
You can deposit and withdraw payments via the following methods: Visa, Mastercard, Neteller, Skrill and PayPal.
Those of you who love unique and quirky features are gonna bloody love Ladbrokes, I tell you now – the people of Ladbrokes have thought of everything…and more. I’m just going to list them because there’s so much on offer.
Their own exchange, streaming, acca insurance, odds boosts, free daily football boosts, 10% cashback on all tennis losses, and extra place races, to name but a few. Ladbrokes offer a pretty much-unparalleled service when it comes to giving their customers a chance of redeeming their losses or multiplying their winnings.
There’s also a really cool feature called the Grid too where you can use the same account to bet both online and in-shop. With this feature, you’ll also receive exclusive offers and have the ability to share and receive tips with other games online – friends and non-friends alike.
My good God. One of the common complaints you hear in this late-capitalistic world is that big brands just don’t do it as well as the smaller brands. People don’t want to go to Wetherspoons, they want to go to their local pub which is run by their mate Dave from school. They want to visit their local butcher rather than head to the mammoth supermarket. But do they want to join a small online sports bookmaker rather than a big name like Ladbrokes?
No, no they don’t, because this sportsbook is an absolute marvel. Not only do Ladbrokes offer a quite beautiful website but they also offer a better overall betting experience than probably anything else on the internet today. And no I’m not being hyperbolic, because not only they have a ridiculous amount of markets and sports to bet on, but they also have numerous extra features, bonuses and promotions to help you along.
It’s actually very difficult to imagine what Ladbrokes could do more to make their sportsbook any better, and it’s hard to imagine how anyone out there could produce a better one. It’s a perfect creation from one of the most trusted brands in the industry.
Author: Tom Mortimer
Tom is the editor at Betting Circle and has been creating online content for over 10 years. Tom mainly writes about sport and gambling, but every now and then also delves into fleshier subjects like politics and psychology. When he was 18 he created HungarianFootball.com and over the last few years he's written on a freelance basis for ESPN, WorldSoccer, Goal.com, among many others.